Pablo Alborán is heading south of the U.S. border…
The 25-year-old Spanish singer-songwriter will perform three concerts in Mexico in April as part of his 2015 Tour Terral, according to organizers.
Alborán will appear first at the Banamex Auditorium in Monterrey on April 23, then at the National Auditorium in the Mexican capital the following day, and finally the day after that at the Telmex Auditorium in Guadalajara, says the promotion company Ocesa.
During the tour, which kicks off in Colombia February 28 and make its way through Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico before returning to Spanish soil, Alborán will offer “to his thousands of fans his greatest hits and also numbers from his new album that provides the name for the tour,” the promoter said.
Alborán was in Mexico in March 2014 to give a recital in the capital’s famed Metropolitan Theater, “showing why he is one of the top idols of the 21st century.”
Alborán gained acclaim over social media. Prior to 2010, he was an unknown artist airing his music on YouTube.
In 2011, when he released his first album, the millions of fans who’d followed him on the Internet eagerly awaited the recordings they already knew so well. He was nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards that year.